BIM 104: How do I know my deliverables are good enough?

This presentation will outline tools and reporting workflows which add real value to projects.
Date: 1st November 2017
Time: 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM
Location: Construction Scotland Innovation Centre, 3 Watt Place , Hamilton International Technology Park, Blantyre, G72 0AG

Digital Guerrilla


From the 6th April 2017, BIM was introduced into Scottish central government (Review of Scottish Public Sector Procurement in Construction, 22 October 2013) with a view to encouraging adoption across the public sector. The objective is that, where appropriate (Scottish Procurement Policy Note SPPN 01/2017, 8 March 2017), projects across the Scottish public sector adopt BIM level 2. As well as the Scottish central government requiring BIM, most private clients are also now demanding BIM.

So, what is BIM? What is BIM Level 2? Will this change the way we work? This seminar will help to answer these questions for you.

The Aim:

With BIM Level 2 requiring 3d models to be produced from the outset, it is important that BIM Coordination & Information Management becomes part of the everyday work we do on projects. This is more than clicking a button and letting the computer do the work for you.

This presentation will show you some of the tools and workflows around BIM which can add real value to a project.

The Outline:

  • What is BIM Coordination?
  • The role of the Information Manager
  • How do I check my models/deliverables to meet client requirements?
  • Workflows and examples of good model management
  • 15 mins Q&A/wrap up

Intended Participants: All technical staff as well as those responsible for training and development in their organisation. Senior management would also find this of use to understand the risks associated with delivering poor information.

The Provider:  

Digital Guerrilla, Digital Director, Graham H Stewart

With nearly 30 years in the construction industry, Graham has always been interested in technology and software, from AutoCAD back in the early 90s to full 3d modelling in the 00s. After five years as UK Head of BIM at Ramboll, responsible for Integrated Business Technology and part of the management team streamline BIM across the global business, Graham has now set up Scotland’s 1st Digital Information Management Consultancy to help Scottish Clients understand what potential business outcomes and benefits can be gained through the use of BIM and Digital Technologies.

Learn more about Digital Guerrilla

CSIC and Digital Guerrilla Breakfast Briefings Series:

This breakfast briefing is part of a five-sessions series delivered in partnership with CSIC and Digital Guerilla. Attendees are welcome to attend all five sessions in the series, or alternatively select only those which they require. More details on all five sessions are below: